Course for BA-students from all Dutch Universities, with at least 48 EC in the Humanities. The Netherlands Institute at Athens and the University of Amsterdam organize this course.
|Date||Start 2 February 2019||End 16 March 2019|
During the classes, aspects of Greek Archaeology, Mythology, History, Politics, Literature, etc. will be introduced on a general level. Apart from the ancient context in which these aspects originated, we will discuss their modern relevance. Concepts such as Democracy, Philosophy, Theatre and even Ajax or Heracles still resonate today and their significance will be topic of discussion.
This 6 ECTS course will consist of a series of classes (twice a week) about different aspects of Greek Culture (Prehistory, Homer, Democracy, Theatre, Architecture, Religion etc.). The classes will be coupled with reading assignments.
Classes will take place at the University of Amsterdam in semester 2 from 5 February to 6 March 2019. The course includes an excursion to Greece, from 9 to 16 March 2019.
The course can host up till 25 participants.
UvA-students can register for the course between 4 - 18 December via SIS,the Student Information System of the University of Amsterdam.
Students from other Dutch universities can apply for the course, before 15 December, at the Netherlands Institute by sending the application form, which can be found on the NIA website. Non-UvA students have to register as an elective student at the University of Amsterdam.